- Former first Lady Konadu Rawlings' didn't like DKB's Easter Comedy Show performance
- He later apologized to the former first lady
- He says the former first lady's comments made him depressed
Following former first lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings' publicly expressed her discontent over comedian DKB's Easter performance, the famous comedian has now stated that Mrs. Rawlings' comments depressed him.
Although he may have successfully done numerous comedy shows, popular comedian DKB would probably admit that this year's Easter show was probably one of his worst ever. This especially considering that former first lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings actually walked out of his show.
It was later reported on the by the Graphic Online that former first lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings severely dislike the comedian's skit, with many more saying that his success over the years has made him arrogant.
Now speaking to Kwasi Aboagye on Peace FM's Entertainment Review, the comedian related that the Mrs. Rawlings' comments had a severe negative effect on him.
“It is depressing. I really felt depressed when I saw the story. When you wake up early in the morning and you hear such news, you definitely won’t feel good,” he said.
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Touching on potential reasons why he thought his performance at the Easter Comedy Show was sub-par, the comedian attributed his lackluster performance at the use of the wrong jokes for the wrong crowed.
“I think I made a mistake by using the wrong jokes for the wrong people. I had done these jokes before but for a much younger audience and they went well,” said DKB.
Responding allegations saying that he has become arrogant over the years, he responded in the affirmative, confirming critics' remarks.
“Oh yes. I became too arrogant as for that I have accepted it,” he quipped.